A New Story

Last year my friend Amy adopted a German Shepherd and then bonded him with her two bunnies. Amy wanted to help other people who were trying to bond dogs and rabbits, so I created a website where she could chronicle the process ... dogmeetsbunny.blogspot.com. As the story progressed, we got a lot of comments from people who really appreciated seeing a first-hand narrative of Amy's experience ... a kind of diary of her individual experience.

Now that Amy has finished bonding her pets, we're starting up a new story there in the next few weeks with a different poster. But I want to see it grow even more! This is where I'm hoping you'll come in. This new website is for cat and bunny bonds, and expands from where Dog Meets Bunny left off. We're looking for someone who recently adopted a rabbit into a cat family (or vice versa), who has some solid bunny knowledge, and who is moderately computer savvy. We want you to be our first "guest poster." All you'd need to do is write up summaries of what you're doing and how things work out each time you introduce them. Amy actually had a lot of fun doing it, and it can be really rewarding.

If you're interested in being a part of the Cat Meets Bunny project, or if you're considering bringing a new bunny into your dog household and would like to be considered for Dog Meets Bunny's next opening, please email me and tell me a little bit about yourself. Thanks, and good luck with your bonding!


  1. Hi there! I've just brought in a pair of bonded baby rabbits to our home. We've already got a Siamese and a retired greyhound.

    It was incredibly easy, and didn't even require any bonding tricks. The rabbits just took to the cat, and vice versa -- likely since they're so young.

    Great idea for a blog! =)

  2. Sometimes inter-species bonds are actually easier than rabbit-rabbit bones, weirdly. Bunnies are just funny that way!